At India Nepal Oven, owner and chef Chhiring Lakpa Lama fuses together South Asian influences to build a menu that equally and tastily represents the countries of India and Nepal. The restaurant's Nepalese specialties dazzle taste buds with diverse flavors found in the spiced lamb kebobs, chili with deep-fried chicken, and vegetable dumplings, which can be steamed, fried, or tossed as confetti at a vegetarian's birthday party. Of the Indian dishes, the chicken entrees are quite popular, including the spicy vindaloo prepared with potatoes and hot curry sauce. A vast selection of breads also garners popularity with the potato-stuffed alu paratha and the kabuli naan, which emerges out of a tandoori oven to surprise palates with a sweet cherry filling.
Beneath the rustic beams at Old Mill Brewery, patrons linger over frosty pints of in-house crafted microbrews while chatting near the exposed-brick fireplace. It's here, after all, where local brewers trailblazed the art of creating fine beers before the trend took shape. Today, they continue to produce six stellar beers in styles that range from pilsners to lagers and IPAs to stouts. Bartenders also tap pours of seasonal brews, such as a coconut porter, double IPA, or a fruit-infused raspberry red. Platefuls of home-cooked American fare complement each sip of suds, and include classic burgers and sandwiches along with a slew of succulent entrees?such as homemade fish ?n? chips. Nestled in historic downtown Littleton, Old Mill Brewery welcomes scores of friends and family who flock to its homey charms for a leisurely meal or to enjoy televised sporting events on its big-screen TVs.
On any day, White Chocolate chefs fire entrees of seafood, steak, and pork on a wood grill. At this restaurant from the makers of the White Chocolate Grill, they blend American and international culinary traditions to craft a citrus-soy-glazed salmon, new york strip with steakhouse butter, and slow-smoked pork ribs. Servers ferry these dishes—and flights or recommended pairings of craft whiskey, along with a selection of wines—to diners in the main space where the architecture evokes the inside of a brewer's daydream.
The menu at Angel's Share WinePub invites one deceptively simple, decidedly delicious question: what to order? The pub?s drink menu alone lists more than 100 wines available by the glass and bottle, not to mention eight regional microbrews on tap. Bartenders also craft classic and specialty cocktails using regional produce, house-made syrups, and good old fashioned gumption.
Once patrons have settled on a libation, they can find their perfect pairing in small plates made with local and seasonal ingredients. Said shareable dishes range from chicken drumettes with mint cucumber tzatziki to flatbreads crowned with roasted duck and dark cherry balsamic. And food and drinks aren't the only offerings at Angel's Share?the cozy dining room hosts events such as cooking classes and holiday feasts.
With a focus on honor, integrity, and a positive attitude, Family Martial Arts Center is much more than just a place to get in shape. Though students of all ages are apt to develop stronger cores and build endurance during tae kwon do, brazilian jujitsu, and kickboxing classes, they’re just as likely to become immersed in the philosophies behind these disciplines. As a result, they’ll learn values such as self-respect, self-confidence, and self-defense—including self-defense against bullies shaped like giant chocolate-fudge brownies.